President Peter Mutharika has convinced most of his followers that “at least” he has kept his promises but the stack of broken promises has grown higher and higher.
Looking back in 2014 ahead of the May 20 elections, Mutharika during his campaign tours made a lot of promises that his government would fulfill once elected into to power.
In most of his promises were to do with the education sector, the most notable promise was Mombera University which he promised to build in his first term in office, but up to date no one can point where the said landmark university is built.
Mutharika had no fabulous alternative to the Mombera University, as he assured voters.
During campaign period ahead of the disputed May 21 elections Mutharika promised each and every district he visited that once given a fresh mandate, his government will construct not less that 200 secondary schools across the country.
As if that was not enough, Mutharika also promised private owned firms, Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers Football Clubs that he will construct Stadiums for them.
On Sunday during his thank you rally in Nsanje district, Mutharika popped out another promise saying his government will construct Bangula University on top of other five universities he promised and not even one has been constructed.
“We will soon start Bangula University,” he said.
He added; “I want you to have your own university. You don’t have to go far to attain university education”